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stab |stæb| — a sudden sharp feeling
stabbing |ˈstæbɪŋ| — causing physical or especially psychological injury
stabile |ˈsteɪbəl| — a sculpture having fixed units (usually constructed of sheet metal) and attached to a fixed support
stability |stəˈbɪlətɪ| — the quality or attribute of being firm and steadfast
stabilization |ˌstebələˈzeɪʃən| — the act of stabilizing something or making it more stable
stabilize |ˈsteɪbəlaɪz| — make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium
stabilized |ˈsteɪbəˌlaɪzd| — made stable or firm
stabilizer |ˈsteɪbəlaɪzər| — a chemical that is added to a solution or mixture or suspension to maintain it in a stable or unchanging state
stabilizing |ˈsteɪbəˌlaɪzɪŋ| — causing to become stable
stable |ˈsteɪbl| — a farm building for housing horses or other livestock
stableman |ˈsteɪblmæn| — someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
stabling |ˈsteɪblɪŋ| — accommodation for animals (especially for horses)
staccato |stəˈkɑːtəʊ| — (music) marked by or composed of disconnected parts or sounds; cut short crisply
stack |stæk| — an orderly pile
stack up |ˈstæk ʌp| — arrange into piles or stacks
stacked |stækt| — (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
stacker |ˈstækər| — a laborer who builds up a stack or pile
stackyard |ˈstakjɑːd| — A farmyard in which stacks of hay etc. are stored.
stadia |ˈsteɪdɪə| — (surveying) A level staff or levelling rod used by surveyors to measure differences in level, or to measure horizontal distances by sighting the stadia hairs.
stadium |ˈsteɪdɪəm| — a large structure for open-air sports or entertainments
staff |stæf| — personnel who assist their superior in carrying out an assigned task
staffer |ˈstæfər| — an employee who is a member of a staff of workers (especially a member of the staff that works for the President of the United States)
staffing |ˈstæfɪŋ| — the practice of hiring and firing staff
stag |stæɡ| — a male deer, especially an adult male red deer
stag-beetle |ˈstæɡˌbiːtl| — Any of numerous large beetles of the family Lucanidae; the males have elaborate mandibles resembling the antlers of a stagThe species Lucanus cervus, which is the largest beetle in the UK.
stage |steɪdʒ| — any distinct time period in a sequence of events
stage-coach |ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ| — (historical) A horse-drawn coach that runs routinely between two destinations to transport passengers and mail.
stage-manager — A person responsible for the organization of a stage production, and who is in charge of the stage during the performance
stage-struck |ˈsteɪdʒ strʌk| — infatuated with or enthralled by the theater especially the desire to act
stagecoach |ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ| — a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns
stagecraft |ˈsteɪdʒkræft| — skill in writing or staging plays
staged |ˈsteɪdʒd| — deliberately arranged for effect
stagehand |ˈsteɪdʒhænd| — an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production
stager |ˈsteɪdʒər| — someone who supervises the physical aspects in the production of a show and who is in charge of the stage when the show is being performed
stagey |ˈsteɪdʒɪ| — having characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality
stagger |ˈstæɡər| — an unsteady uneven gait
staggerer |ˈstæɡərər| — someone who walks unsteadily as if about to fall
staggering |ˈstæɡərɪŋ| — so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
staggers |ˈstaɡərz| — a disease of the central nervous system affecting especially horses and cattle; characterized by an unsteady swaying gait and frequent falling
staging |ˈsteɪdʒɪŋ| — the production of a drama on the stage
stagnancy |ˈstæɡnənsɪ| — inactivity of liquids; being stagnant; standing still; without current or circulation
stagnant |ˈstæɡnənt| — not circulating or flowing
stagnate |ˈstæɡneɪt| — stand still
stagnation |stæɡˈneɪʃən| — a state of inactivity (in business or art etc)
stagy |ˈsteɪdʒɪ| — having characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality
staid |steɪd| — characterized by dignity and propriety
stain |steɪn| — a soiled or discolored appearance
stained |ˈsteɪnd| — having a coating of stain or varnish
staining |ˈsteɪnɪŋ| — (histology) the use of a dye to color specimens for microscopic study
stainless |ˈsteɪnləs| — steel containing chromium that makes it resistant to corrosion
stainless-steel |ˌsteɪnləs ˈstiːl| — An alloy of iron and chromium that resists corrosion.
stair |ster| — support consisting of a place to rest the foot while ascending or descending a stairway
stair-rod |ˈsteə rɑːd| — a rod that holds a stair-carpet in the angle between two steps
staircase |ˈsterkeɪs| — a way of access (upward and downward) consisting of a set of steps
stairhead |ˈsterˌhed| — platform at the top of a staircase
stairs |ˈsterz| — a flight of stairs or a flight of steps
stairway |ˈsterweɪ| — a way of access (upward and downward) consisting of a set of steps
stairwell |ˈsterwel| — a vertical well around which there is a stairway
stake |steɪk| — (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something
stakeholder |ˈsteɪkhəʊldər| — someone entrusted to hold the stakes for two or more persons betting against one another; must deliver the stakes to the winner
stalactite |stəˈlæktaɪt| — a cylinder of calcium carbonate hanging from the roof of a limestone cave
stalagmite |stəˈlæɡmaɪt| — a cylinder of calcium carbonate projecting upward from the floor of a limestone cave
stale |steɪl| — urinate, of cattle and horses
stalemate |ˈsteɪlmeɪt| — a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible
Stalinist |ˈstɑːlənəst| — a follower of Stalin and Stalinism
stalk |stɔːk| — material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
stalking |ˈstɔːkɪŋ| — a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush
stalking-horse |ˈstɔːrkɪŋ hɔːrs| — a candidate put forward to divide the Opposition or to mask the true candidate
stall |stɔːl| — a compartment in a stable where a single animal is confined and fed
stallion |ˈstælɪən| — uncastrated adult male horse
stalwart |ˈstɔːlwərt| — a person who is loyal to their allegiance (especially in times of revolt)
stamen |ˈsteɪmən| — the male reproductive organ of a flower
stamina |ˈstæmɪnə| — enduring strength and energy
staminal — Of or pertaining to stamens.
staminate |ˈstamɪnət| — capable of fertilizing female organs
stammer |ˈstæmər| — a speech disorder involving hesitations and involuntary repetitions of certain sounds
stammerer |ˈstæmərər| — someone who speaks with involuntary pauses and repetitions
stammering |ˈstæmərɪŋ| — The act of one who stammers.
stamp |stæmp| — the distinctive form in which a thing is made
stamp down |ˈstæmp ˈdaʊn| — bring under control by force or authority
stamp out |ˈstæmp ˈaʊt| — end or extinguish by forceful means
stamp-duty |ˈstæmp djuːtɪ| — (economics) A tax levied upon certain documents; a stamp being applied to show that tax has been paid.
stamp-mill |ˈstæmpmɪl| — type of mill machine that crushes material by pounding rather than grinding, either for further processing or for extraction of metallic ores
stamped |ˈstæmpt| — simple past tense and past participle of stamp
stampede |stæmˈpiːd| — a headlong rush of people on a common impulse
stamping |ˈstæmpɪŋ| — Present participle of stamp.
stamping-ground |ˈstæmpɪŋ ɡraʊnd| — a habitually frequented place; a haunt or hangout
stance |stæns| — standing posture
stanch |stɔːntʃ| — stop the flow of a liquid
stanchion |ˈstæntʃən| — any vertical post or rod used as a support
stand |stænd| — a support or foundation
stand back |ˈstænd ˈbæk| — stay clear of, avoid
stand by |ˈstænd baɪ| — not act or do anything
stand in |ˈstand ˌɪn| — be a substitute
stand out |ˈstænd ˈaʊt| — be highly noticeable
stand up |ˈstand ˌəp| — rise to one's feet
stand-alone |ˈstandələʊn| — capable of operating independently
stand-by |ˈstændˌbaɪ| — (idiomatic, intransitive) To wait in expectation of some event; to make ready.
stand-in |ˈstand ˌɪn| — someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)
stand-off |ɔːf| — (rugby) fly-half
stand-offish |ˌstænd ˈɔːfɪʃ| — Alternative spelling of standoffish.
stand-out |ˈstændaʊt| — (intransitive, idiomatic) To be obvious or conspicuous, in contrast to one's surroundings.
stand-up |ˈstand ˌəp| — requiring a standing position
standard |ˈstændərd| — a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated
standard-bearer |ˈstandərd ˌberər| — an outstanding leader of a political movement
standard-lamp — A lamp supported by a tall vertical pole in order that light comes from above those seated in the vicinity.
standardization |stændərdəˈzeɪʃən| — the condition in which a standard has been successfully established
standardize |ˈstændərdaɪz| — cause to conform to standard or norm
standardized |ˈstændərˌdaɪzd| — brought into conformity with a standard
standby |ˈstændbaɪ| — something that can be relied on when needed
standee |stænˈdiː| — someone who stands in a place where one might otherwise sit (as a spectator who uses standing room in a theater or a passenger on a crowded bus or train)
standing |ˈstændɪŋ| — social or financial or professional status or reputation
standoff |ˈstændˌɔːf| — the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided
standoffish |stændˈɒfɪʃ| — lacking cordiality; unfriendly
standout |ˈstændaʊt| — exceptional; noteworthy
standpipe |ˈstændpaɪp| — a vertical pipe
standpoint |ˈstændpɔɪnt| — a mental position from which things are viewed
standstill |ˈstændstɪl| — a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible
stanhope |ˈstænəp| — a light open horse-drawn carriage with two or four wheels and one seat
stank |stæŋk| — Simple past tense of stink.
stannary |ˈstænʌriː| — Of or pertaining to tin mining, especially in Cornwall.
stannic |ˈstanɪk| — of or relating to or containing tin
stanniferous |stæˈnɪfərəs| — Containing or producing the metal tin.
stanza |ˈstænzə| — a fixed number of lines of verse forming a unit of a poem
stapes |ˈsteɪpiːz| — the stirrup-shaped ossicle that transmits sound from the incus to the cochlea
staphyline — (anatomy) Of or pertaining to the uvula or the palate.
staphylococcus |ˌstæfɪləˈkɑːkəs| — spherical Gram-positive parasitic bacteria that tend to form irregular colonies; some cause boils or septicemia or infections
staple |ˈsteɪpl| — (usually in the plural) a necessary commodity for which demand is constant
star |stɑːr| — (astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
starboard |ˈstɑːrbərd| — the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
starch |stɑːrtʃ| — a complex carbohydrate found chiefly in seeds, fruits, tubers, roots and stem pith of plants, notably in corn, potatoes, wheat, and rice; an important foodstuff and used otherwise especially in adhesives and as fillers and stiffeners for paper and textile
starched |ˈstɑːrtʃt| — simple past tense and past participle of starch
starchy |ˈstɑːrtʃɪ| — rigidly formal
stardom |ˈstɑːrdəm| — the status of being acknowledged as a star
stardust |ˈstɑːrdʌst| — a dreamy romantic or sentimental quality
stare |ster| — a fixed look with eyes open wide
stare down |ˈster ˈdaʊn| — overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring
starfish |ˈstɑːrfɪʃ| — echinoderms characterized by five arms extending from a central disk
stargaze — observe the stars
stargazer |ˈstɑːrɡeɪzər| — someone indifferent to the busy world
stargazing |ˈstɑːrɡeɪzəɪŋ| — observation of the stars
staring |ˈsterɪŋ| — (used of eyes) open and fixed as if in fear or wonder
stark |stɑːrk| — completely
starkly |ˈstɑːrklɪ| — in a stark manner
starless |ˈstɑːrləs| — not starry; having no stars or starlike objects
starlet |ˈstɑːrlət| — a young (film) actress who is publicized as a future star
starlight |ˈstɑːrlaɪt| — the light of the stars
starlike |ˈstɑːrˌlaɪk| — resembling a star
starling |ˈstɑːrlɪŋ| — gregarious birds native to the Old World
starlit |ˈstɑːrlɪt| — lighted only by stars
starred |ˈstɑːrd| — marked with an asterisk
starry |ˈstɑːrɪ| — abounding with or resembling stars
starry-eyed |ˌstɑːrrɪ ˈaɪd| — unrealistically or naively optimistic
start |stɑːrt| — the beginning of anything
start out |ˈstɑːrt ˈaʊt| — take the first step or steps in carrying out an action
start up |ˈstɑːrt ʌp| — get going or set in motion
start-up |ˈstɑːrˈtəp| — The act or process of starting a process or machine.
starter |ˈstɑːrtər| — an electric motor for starting an engine
starting |ˈstɑːrtɪŋ| — a turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning)
starting-point |ˈstɑːrtɪŋ pɔɪnt| — A place where a journey starts.
startle |ˈstɑːrtl| — a sudden involuntary movement
startled |ˈstɑːrtəld| — excited by sudden surprise or alarm and making a quick involuntary movement
startler |ˈstɑːtlə| — One who, or that which, startles.
startling |ˈstɑːrtlɪŋ| — so remarkably different or sudden as to cause momentary shock or alarm
startlingly |ˈstɑːrtlɪŋlɪ| — in a startling manner
starvation |stɑːrˈveɪʃn| — a state of extreme hunger resulting from lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period
starve |stɑːrv| — be hungry; go without food
starveling |ˈstɑːrvəlɪŋ| — someone who is starving (or being starved)
starving |ˈstɑːrvɪŋ| — the act of depriving of food or subjecting to famine
stash |stæʃ| — a secret store of valuables or money
stasis |ˈsteɪsɪs| — an abnormal state in which the normal flow of a liquid (such as blood) is slowed or stopped
stat |stæt| — Immediately; now; usually used in medical situations, to connote extreme urgency.
state |steɪt| — the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation
State-house |ˈsteɪthaʊs| — A state (one of the fifty United States) legislature, or government generally, or the building that houses it.
state-of-the-art |ˈsteɪtəvðɪˈɑrt| — the highest level of development at a particular time (especially the present time)
statecraft |ˈsteɪtkræft| — wisdom in the management of public affairs
stated |ˈsteɪtəd| — declared as fact; explicitly stated
statehood |ˈsteɪthʊd| — The property of being a state.
stateless |ˈsteɪtləs| — without nationality or citizenship
stately |ˈsteɪtlɪ| — impressive in appearance
statement |ˈsteɪtmənt| — a message that is stated or declared; a communication (oral or written) setting forth particulars or facts etc
stateroom |ˈsteɪtruːm| — a guest cabin
stateside |ˈsteɪtsaɪd| — Alternative capitalization of stateside.
statesman |ˈsteɪtsmən| — a man who is a respected leader in national or international affairs
statesmanship |ˈsteɪtsmənˌʃɪp| — wisdom in the management of public affairs
statewide |ˈsteɪtwaɪd| — occurring or extending throughout a state
static |ˈstætɪk| — a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference
statical |ˈstætɪkəl| — (archaic) static
statics |ˈstadɪks| — the branch of mechanics concerned with forces in equilibrium
statin |ˈstætɪn| — a medicine that lowers blood cholesterol levels by inhibiting HMG-CoA reductase
station |ˈsteɪʃn| — a facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose
station-house |ˈsteɪʃənhaʊs| — A building at a post or station.
station-wagon |ˈsteɪʃənˌwæɡən| — (US, Australia, New Zealand, automotive) A body style for cars in which the roof is extended rearward to produce an enclosed area in the position of and serving the function of the boot (trunk) of a sedan / saloon.
stationary |ˈsteɪʃənerɪ| — standing still
stationer |ˈsteɪʃənər| — a merchant who sells writing materials and office supplies
stationery |ˈsteɪʃənerɪ| — paper cut to an appropriate size for writing letters; usually with matching envelopes
stationmaster |ˈsteɪʃnmæstər| — the person in charge of a railway station
statist |ˈsteɪˌtɪst| — (archaic) A skilled politician or one with political power, knowledge or influence. [from 16th c.]
statistic |stəˈtɪstɪk| — a datum that can be represented numerically
statistical |stəˈtɪstɪkl| — of or relating to statistics
statistically |stəˈtɪstɪkəlɪ| — with respect to statistics
statistician |ˌstætɪˈstɪʃn| — a mathematician who specializes in statistics
statistics |stəˈtɪstɪks| — a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
statuary |ˈstætʃʊerɪ| — statues collectively
statue |ˈstætʃuː| — a sculpture representing a human or animal
statuesque |ˌstætʃʊˈesk| — of size and dignity suggestive of a statue
statuette |ˌstætʃʊˈet| — a small carved or molded figure
stature |ˈstætʃər| — high level of respect gained by impressive development or achievement
status |ˈsteɪtəs| — the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society
statute |ˈstætʃuːt| — an act passed by a legislative body
statute-book |ˈstætʃuːt bʊk| — (informal, law) All the statutes and laws of a given jurisdiction, whether or not listed in an actual book.
statutory |ˈstætʃətɔːrɪ| — prescribed or authorized by or punishable under a statute
staunch |stɔːntʃ| — stop the flow of a liquid
staunchly |ˈstɒntʃlɪ| — in a staunch manner
stave |steɪv| — (music) the system of five horizontal lines on which the musical notes are written
stave in |ˈsteɪv ɪn| — break in the staves (of)
stave off |ˈsteɪv ˈɒf| — prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening
staves |ˈsteɪvz| — plural form of staff (long, straight stick).
stay |steɪ| — continuing or remaining in a place or state
stay away |ˈsteɪ əˈweɪ| — stay clear of, avoid
stay on |ˈsteɪ ɑːn| — continue in a place, position, or situation
stay up |ˈsteɪ ʌp| — not go to bed
stay-at-home |ˈsteɪ ət həʊm| — a person who seldom goes anywhere; one not given to wandering or travel
stay-in |ɪn| — To remain at home, to not leave one's home.
stay-lace |ˈsteɪleɪs| — Alternative form of staylace.
stayed |ˈsteɪd| — simple past tense and past participle of stay
stayer |ˈsteɪər| — a person or other animal having powers of endurance or perseverance
staying |ˈsteɪɪŋ| — Present participle of stay.
staylace — A lace for fastening stays.
staysail |ˈsteɪˌseɪl| — a fore-and-aft sail set on a stay (as between two masts)
stead |sted| — the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another
steadfast |ˈstedfæst| — marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
steadfastly |ˈstedˌfæstlɪ| — with resolute determination
steadily |ˈstedəlɪ| — at a steady rate or pace
steadiness |ˈstedɪnəs| — freedom from wavering or indecision; constancy of resolve or conduct
steading |ˈstedɪŋ| — a farm-house and offices such as barns, stables, cattle-sheds, etc.; a farmstead; a homestead, an onstead, an estate
steady |ˈstedɪ| — a person loved by another person
steady-state — Characteristic of a steady state
steak |steɪk| — a slice of meat cut from the fleshy part of an animal or large fish
steakhouse |ˈsteɪkhaʊs| — a restaurant that specializes in steaks
steal |stiːl| — an advantageous purchase
steal away |ˈstiːl əˈweɪ| — leave furtively and stealthily
stealing |ˈstiːlɪŋ| — the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
stealth |stelθ| — avoiding detection by moving carefully
stealthily |ˈstelθɪlɪ| — in a stealthy manner
stealthiness — a disposition to be sly and stealthy and to do things surreptitiously
stealthy |ˈstelθɪ| — marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed
steam |stiːm| — water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
steam-boiler |ˈstiːm bɔɪlər| — A boiler that is designed to produce and withstand the pressure of steam at 300psi (2070kPa) or less.
steam-coal |ˈstiːm kəʊl| — A coal which has a grade between bituminous coal and anthracite, and which was once widely used as a fuel for steam locomotives.
steam-engine |ˈstiːm endʒɪn| — A piston engine driven by steam (as contrasted, for example, with a steam turbine).
steam-hammer |ˈstiːmˈhæmə| — An industrial machine designed to produce a hammer action through steam power.
steam-heat |stiːm ˈhiːt| — heat by means of steam
steam-power |ˈstiːmˌpaʊə| — Power derived from water heated into steam, usually converted to motive power by a reciprocating engine or turbine.
steam-roller |ˈrəʊlər| — Alternative form of steamroller.
steam-room — A sauna; a hot room that is filled with steam in which people sit for health reasons.
steam-turbine |ˈstiːmˌtɜːbɪn| — A system of angled and shaped blades arranged on a rotor through which steam is passed to generate rotational energy. Today, normally used in power stations.
steamboat |ˈstiːmbəʊt| — a boat propelled by a steam engine
steamed |ˈstiːmd| — cooked in steam
steamer |ˈstiːmər| — a clam that is usually steamed in the shell
steamroll |ˈstiːmrəʊl| — bring to a specified state by overwhelming force or pressure
steamroller |ˈstiːmrəʊlər| — a massive inexorable force that seems to crush everything in its way
steamship |ˈstiːmʃɪp| — a ship powered by one or more steam engines
steamy |ˈstiːmɪ| — filled with steam or emitting moisture in the form of vapor or mist
stearin |ˈstɪərɪn| — an ester of glycerol and stearic acid
steatite |ˈstiːəˌtaɪt| — a soft heavy compact variety of talc having a soapy feel; used to make hearths and tabletops and ornaments
steed |stiːd| — (literary) a spirited horse for state of war
steel |stiːl| — an alloy of iron with small amounts of carbon; widely used in construction; mechanical properties can be varied over a wide range
steel-blue |ˈstiːlˈbluː| — A grayish shade of the color blue, like the metal steel
steel-plated |stiːl ˈpleɪtɪd| — covered with heavy steel
steelwork |ˈstiːlˌwɜːrk| — All the steel components of a structure
steely |ˈstiːlɪ| — resembling steel as in hardness
steelyard |ˈstiːljɑːrd| — a portable balance consisting of a pivoted bar with arms of unequal length
steep |stiːp| — a steep place (as on a hill)
steepen |ˈstiːpən| — become steeper
steeple |ˈstiːpl| — a tall tower that forms the superstructure of a building (usually a church or temple) and that tapers to a point at the top
steeplechase |ˈstiːpltʃeɪs| — a footrace of usually 3000 meters over a closed track with hurdles and a water jump
steeplechaser |ˈstiːpltʃeɪsər| — a horse trained to run in steeplechases
steeplejack |ˈstiːpldʒæk| — someone who builds or maintains very tall structures
steeply |ˈstɪplɪ| — in a steep manner
steepness |ˈstiːpnəs| — the property possessed by a slope that is very steep
steer |stɪr| — an indication of potential opportunity
steerage |ˈstɪrɪdʒ| — the cheapest accommodations on a passenger ship
steering |ˈstɪrɪŋ| — the act of guiding or showing the way
steering-wheel |ˈstɪərɪŋ wiːl| — A wheel-shaped control that is rotated by the driver to steer, existing in most modern land vehicles.
steersman |ˈstɪrzmən| — the person who steers a ship
steganography |steɡəˈnɒɡrəfɪ| — act of writing in code or cipher
stein |staɪn| — a mug intended for serving beer
stela |ˈstiːlə| — an ancient upright stone slab bearing markings
stelae |ˈstiːliː| — (archaeology) plural form of stela
stele |ˈstiːlɪ| — the usually cylindrical central vascular portion of the axis of a vascular plant
stellar |ˈstelər| — indicating the most important performer or role
stellate |ˈstelɪt| — arranged like rays or radii; radiating from a common center
stellated |steˈleɪtɪd| — star-shaped; stellate
stellular |ˈsteljələr| — Having the shape or appearance of little stars; radiated.
stem |stem| — (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed
stemlet — A little stem.
stemma |ˈstemə| — a tree diagram showing a reconstruction of the transmission of manuscripts of a literary work
stemware |ˈstemwer| — (uncountable) Drinking glasses that have a stem, such as wine or champagne glasses.
stench |stentʃ| — a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
stencil |ˈstensl| — a sheet of material (metal, plastic, cardboard, waxed paper, silk, etc.) that has been perforated with a pattern (printing or a design); ink or paint can pass through the perforations to create the printed pattern on the surface below
steno |ˈstenəʊ| — A taxonomic genus within the family Delphinidae — rough-toothed dolphin.
stenograph |ˈstenəˌɡræf| — a shorthand character
stenographer |stəˈnɑɡrəfər| — someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation)
stenographic |ˌstenəˈɡræfɪk| — of or relating to or employing stenography
stenographical — of or relating to or employing stenography
stenography |stəˈnɑːɡrəfɪ| — a method of writing rapidly using an abbreviated symbolic system
stenosis |stɪˈnəʊsɪs| — abnormal narrowing of a bodily canal or passageway
stent |stent| — a slender tube inserted inside a tubular body part (as a blood vessel) to provide support during and after surgical anastomosis
stentorian |stenˈtɔːrɪən| — (used of the voice or sound) deep and resonant
step |step| — any maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal
step down |ˈstep ˈdaʊn| — give up or retire from a position
step forward |ˈstep ˈfɔːrwərd| — make oneself visible; take action
step in |ˈstepˌɪn| — get involved, so as to alter or hinder an action, or through force or threat of force
step on |ˈstep ɑːn| — place or press the foot on
step out |ˈstep ˈaʊt| — go outside a room or building for a short period of time
step up |ˈstep ʌp| — increase in extent or intensity
step-by-step — one thing at a time
step-ins |ˈstep ɪnz| — plural form of step-in
step-ladder |ˈstepˌlædə| — A ladder with steps or treads instead of rungs that is hinged in the middle to form an inverted V, with stays to keep the two halves at a fixed angle.
stepbrother |ˈstepbrʌðər| — a brother who has only one parent in common with you
stepchild |ˈsteptʃaɪld| — a child of your spouse by a former marriage
stepdaughter |ˈstepdɔːtər| — a daughter of your spouse by a former marriage
stepfather |ˈstepfɑːðər| — the husband of your mother by a subsequent marriage
stepladder |ˈsteplædər| — a folding portable ladder hinged at the top
stepmother |ˈstepmʌðər| — the wife of your father by a subsequent marriage
stepmotherly |ˈstepˌmʌðəlɪ| — Like or befitting a stepmother.
stepparent |ˈstep peərənt| — the spouse of your parent by a subsequent marriage
steppe |step| — extensive plain without trees (associated with eastern Russia and Siberia)
stepping-stone |ˈstepɪŋ stəʊn| — Alternative form of stepping stone.
steppingstone |ˈstepɪŋˌstəʊn| — Alternative form of stepping stone.
steps |ˈsteps| — a flight of stairs or a flight of steps
stepsister |ˈstepsɪstər| — a sister who has only one parent in common with you
stepson |ˈstepsʌn| — the son your spouse by a former marriage
stepwise |ˈstepwaɪz| — proceeding in steps
stereo |ˈsterɪəʊ| — reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound
stereochemistry |ˌsteriːəʊˈkemɪstriː| — (chemistry, uncountable) the branch of chemistry that involves the spatial arrangement of the atoms of molecules, and studies how this affects the physical and chemical properties of such species
stereograph — A pair of stereoscopic images that give a three-dimensional effect when viewed through a stereoscope or similar device; a stereogram
stereography |steriːˈɑːɡrəfiː| — Any technique for representing solid objects in two dimensions
stereometry |steriːəʊˈmaɪkrəskəʊp| — (now rare) The science of measuring the volume of solids or solid bodies.
stereophonic |ˌsterɪəˈfɒnɪk| — designating the reproduction of sound using two or more independent audio channels
stereoscope |ˈsterɪəskəʊp| — an optical device for viewing stereoscopic photographs
stereoscopic |ˌsterɪəˈskɑːpɪk| — of or relating to a stereoscope
stereotype |ˈsterɪətaɪp| — a conventional or formulaic conception or image
stereotyped |ˈsterɪətaɪpd| — lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality
stereotypic — lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality
stereotypical |sterɪəˈtɪpɪkl| — lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality
stereotyping |ˈsterɪəˌtaɪpɪŋ| — Present participle of stereotype.
sterile |ˈsterəl| — free of or using methods to keep free of pathological microorganisms
sterility |stəˈrɪlətɪ| — (of non-living objects) the state of being free of pathogenic organisms
sterilization |ˌsterələˈzeɪʃən| — the act of making an organism barren or infertile (unable to reproduce)
sterilize |ˈsterəlaɪz| — make free from bacteria
sterilized |ˈsterəˌlaɪzd| — made infertile
sterilizer |ˈsterəˌlaɪzər| — a device for heating substances above their boiling point; used to manufacture chemicals or to sterilize surgical instruments
sterlet |ˈstərlət| — A smaller, common Eurasian sturgeon, of the species Acipenser ruthenus.
sterling |ˈstɜːrlɪŋ| — British money; especially the pound sterling as the basic monetary unit of the UK
stern |stɜːrn| — the rear part of a ship
sterna |ˈstɜːnə| — a genus of Sterninae
sternly |ˈstɜːnlɪ| — with sternness; in a severe manner
sternmost — Closest to the stern, furthest sternward.
sternness |ˈstɜːnnəs| — the quality (as of scenery) being grim and gloomy and forbidding
sternpost |ˈstɜːnˌpɒst| — (nautical) the principal upright timber at the stern of a vessel
sternum |ˈstɜːrnəm| — the flat bone that articulates with the clavicles and the first seven pairs of ribs
sternutation |ˌstɜːrnjəˈteɪʃən| — a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose
sternutative |stɜːˈnjuːtətɪv| — causing sneezing
sternutatory |stɜːˈnjuːtətərɪ| — a chemical substance that causes sneezing and coughing and crying
steroid |ˈsterɔɪd| — any of several fat-soluble organic compounds having as a basis 17 carbon atoms in four rings; many have important physiological effects
steroids |ˈsterɒjdz| — plural form of steroid
stertorous |ˈstərdərəs| — of breathing having a heavy snoring sound
stethoscope |ˈsteθəskəʊp| — a medical instrument for listening to the sounds generated inside the body
stevedore |ˈstiːvədɔːr| — a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
stew |stuː| — agitation resulting from active worry
steward |ˈstuːərd| — someone who manages property or other affairs for someone else
stewardess |ˈstuːərdəs| — a woman steward on an airplane
stewardship |ˈstʊərdˌʃɪp| — the position of steward
stewed |stuːd| — cooked in hot water
stewpan — a saucepan used for stewing
stewpot |ˈstuːˌpɑːt| — A pot used for making stew, usually large and heavy
stick |stɪk| — an implement consisting of a length of wood
stick around |ˈstɪk əˈraʊnd| — be available or ready for a certain function or service
stick out |ˈstɪk ˈaʊt| — extend out or project in space
stick together |ˈstɪk təˈɡeðər| — be loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble
stick up |ˈstɪk ʌp| — rob at gunpoint or by means of some other threat
stick-in-the-mud |ˈstɪkɪnðəˌmʌd| — someone who moves slowly
stick-up |stɪk| — To put up by sticking.
stickable — Capable of being stuck; adhesive.
sticker |ˈstɪkər| — a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf
stickful |ˈstɪkfʊl| — (printing, dated) As much type as fills a composing stick.
stickiness |ˈstɪkɪnəs| — the property of sticking to a surface
sticking |ˈstɪkɪŋ| — extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
sticking-plaster |ˈstɪkɪŋ plæstər| — (New Zealand, UK) An adhesive bandage used in dressing wounds
stickle |ˈstɪkəl| — dispute or argue stubbornly (especially minor points)
stickleback |ˈstɪklbæk| — small (2-4 inches) pugnacious mostly scaleless spiny-backed fishes of northern fresh and littoral waters having elaborate courtship; subjects of much research
stickler |ˈstɪklər| — someone who insists on something
stickpin |ˈstɪkpɪn| — a decorative pin that is worn in a necktie
sticks |ˈstɪks| — plural form of stick
sticky |ˈstɪkɪ| — having the sticky properties of an adhesive
stiff |stɪf| — an ordinary man
stiff-necked |ˈstɪf ˈˌnekt| — haughtily stubborn
stiffen |ˈstɪfn| — become stiff or stiffer
stiffened |ˈstɪfənd| — simple past tense and past participle of stiffen
stiffness |ˈstɪfnəs| — the physical property of being inflexible and hard to bend
stifle |ˈstaɪfl| — joint between the femur and tibia in a quadruped; corresponds to the human knee
stifler — a person who stifles or smothers or suppresses
stifling |ˈstaɪflɪŋ| — forceful prevention; putting down by power or authority
stigma |ˈstɪɡmə| — the apical end of the style where deposited pollen enters the pistil
stigmata |ˈstɪɡmətə| — marks resembling the wounds on the crucified body of Christ
stigmatic |stɪɡˈmadɪk| — a person whose body is marked by religious stigmata (such as marks resembling the wounds of the crucified Christ)
stigmatization — the act of stigmatizing
stigmatize |ˈstɪɡmətaɪz| — to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful
stigmatized |ˈstɪɡməˌtaɪzd| — simple past tense and past participle of stigmatize
stile |staɪl| — an upright that is a member in a door or window frame
stiletto |stɪˈletəʊ| — a small dagger with a tapered blade
still |stɪl| — a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes)
still-born |ˈstɪlbɔːn| — Alternative spelling of stillborn.
stillage |ˈstɪlɪj| — (uncountable) The residue from the manufacture of alcohol from grain; typically used in animal feed
stillborn |ˈstɪlbɔːrn| — failing to accomplish an intended result
stillness |ˈstɪlnəs| — (poetic) tranquil silence
stillroom — a pantry or storeroom connected with the kitchen (especially in a large house) for preparing tea and beverages and for storing liquors and preserves and tea etc
stilly |ˈstɪlɪ| — (poetic) still or calm
stilt |stɪlt| — a column of wood or steel or concrete that is driven into the ground to provide support for a structure
stilted |ˈstɪltɪd| — artificially formal
Stilton |ˈstɪltən| — English blue cheese
stimulant |ˈstɪmjələnt| — any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
stimulate |ˈstɪmjʊleɪt| — act as a stimulant
stimulated |ˈstɪmjəˌletəd| — emotionally aroused
stimulating |ˈstɪmjʊleɪtɪŋ| — that stimulates
stimulation |ˌstɪmjəˈleɪʃən| — the act of arousing an organism to action
stimulative |ˈstɪmjəˌletɪv| — capable of arousing or accelerating physiological or psychological activity or response by a chemical agent
stimulator |ˈstɪmjəˌletər| — A person, device or substance that stimulates.
stimuli |ˈstɪmjəˌlaɪ| — plural form of stimulus
stimulus |ˈstɪmjələs| — any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
sting |stɪŋ| — a kind of pain; something as sudden and painful as being stung
stinger |ˈstɪŋər| — a cocktail made of made of creme de menthe and brandy
stinginess |ˈstɪndʒɪnəs| — a lack of generosity; a general unwillingness to part with money
stinging |ˈstɪŋɪŋ| — a kind of pain; something as sudden and painful as being stung
stingo |ˈstɪŋɡəʊ| — (slang, archaic) strong beer
stingray |ˈstɪŋreɪ| — large venomous ray with large barbed spines near the base of a thin whiplike tail capable of inflicting severe wounds
stingy |ˈstɪndʒɪ| — unwilling to spend (money, time, resources, etc.)
stink |stɪŋk| — a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant
stink out |ˈstɪŋk ˈaʊt| — cause to smell bad; fill with a bad smell
stinkard |ˈstɪŋkəd| — The teledu.
stinkball |ˈstɪŋkbɔːl| — (military, historical) A composition of substances which in combustion emit a suffocating odour, formerly used in naval warfare.
stinker |ˈstɪŋkər| — a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
stinking |ˈstɪŋkɪŋ| — very bad
stinko |ˈstɪŋkəʊ| — (slang) drunk
stinkpot |ˈstɪŋkˌpɑːt| — a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
stinks |ˈstɪŋks| — plural form of stink
stinkstone |ˈstɪŋkˌstəʊn| — (mineralogy) One of the varieties of calcite, barite, and feldspar, which emit a foetid odour on being struck.
stinky |ˈstɪŋkɪ| — very bad
stint |stɪnt| — an unbroken period of time during which you do something
stipe |ˈstaɪp| — supporting stalk or stem-like structure especially of a pistil or fern frond or supporting a mushroom cap
stipend |ˈstaɪpend| — a sum of money allotted on a regular basis; usually for some specific purpose
stipendiary |staɪˈpendɪerɪ| — (United Kingdom) a paid magistrate (appointed by the Home Secretary) dealing with police cases
stipitate |ˈstɪpɪteɪt| — Possessing a stalk.
stipple |ˈstɪpl| — engrave by means of dots and flicks
stipulate |ˈstɪpjʊleɪt| — specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement
stipulation |ˌstɪpjʊˈleɪʃn| — (law) an agreement or concession made by parties in a judicial proceeding (or by their attorneys) relating to the business before the court; must be in writing unless they are part of the court record
stipule |ˈstɪpjuːl| — a small leafy outgrowth at the base of a leaf or its stalk; usually occurring in pairs and soon shed
stir |stɜːr| — a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event
stir up |ˈstɜː ʌp| — try to stir up public opinion
stirabout |ˈstərəˌbaʊt| — (Ireland) porridge
stirpes — (law) branches, lines of descent, used in the legal expression per stirpes. plural form of stirps
stirps — A branch of a family.
stirrer |ˈstɜːrər| — a person who spreads frightening rumors and stirs up trouble
stirring |ˈstɜːrɪŋ| — agitating a liquid with an implement
stirrup |ˈstɪrəp| — support consisting of metal loops into which rider's feet go
stirrup-cup |ˈstɪrəp kʌp| — A parting cup taken after mounting.
stitch |stɪtʃ| — a link or loop or knot made by an implement in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, or sewing
stitcher |ˈstɪtʃə| — a garmentmaker who performs the finishing steps
stitching |ˈstɪtʃɪŋ| — joining or attaching by stitches
stithy |ˈstɪðiː| — An anvil.
stive — The floating dust in a flour mill caused by the operation of grinding.
stiver |ˈstaɪvər| — (historical) A small Dutch coin worth one twentieth of a guilder.
stoat |stəʊt| — the ermine in its brown summer coat with black-tipped tail
stochastic |stəˈkastɪk| — being or having a random variable
stock |stɑːk| — the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity)
stock-car |ˈstɒk kɑːrr| — A racing car, such as those sanctioned by NASCAR and ARCA, based on one of the regular production models available for purchase by the public.
stock-dove |ˈstɒkdʌv| — (UK) the stock pigeon.
stock-in-trade |ˌstɒk ɪn ˈtreɪd| — any equipment constantly used as part of a profession or occupation
stock-market |ˈstɒkˌmɑːkɪt| — A market for the trading of company stock.
stock-still |ˌstɒk ˈstɪl| — without moving or making a sound
stock-taking |ˈstɒkˌteɪkɪŋ| — reappraisal of a situation or position or outlook
stockade |stɑːˈkeɪd| — fortification consisting of a fence made of a line of stout posts set firmly for defense
stockbreeder |ˈstɒkbriːdər| — A person who breeds and raises livestock.
stockbroker |ˈstɑːkbrəʊkər| — an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds
stockdove |ˈstɒkdʌv| — A common European wild pigeon (Columba oenas).
stocked |ˈstɑːkt| — furnished with more than enough
stocker |ˈstɑːkər| — a domestic animal (especially a young steer or heifer) kept as stock until fattened or matured and suitable for a breeding establishment
stockfish |ˈstɑːkfɪʃ| — fish cured by being split and air-dried without salt
stockholder |ˈstɑːkhəʊldər| — someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation
stockinet |ˌstɑːkɪˈnet| — knit used especially for infants' wear and undergarments
stockinette |ˌstɒkɪˈnet| — knit used especially for infants' wear and undergarments
stocking |ˈstɑːkɪŋ| — close-fitting hosiery to cover the foot and leg; come in matched pairs (usually used in the plural)
stockinged |ˈstɒkɪŋd| — wearing stockings
stockjobber |ˈstɑːkdʒɑːbər| — one who deals only with brokers or other jobbers
stockjobbing |ˈstɒkˌdʒɒbɪŋ| — (trading, dated) Making markets in equity securities; dealing in stocks and shares.
stockman |ˈstɑːkmən| — farmer who breed or raises livestock
stockpile |ˈstɑːkpaɪl| — something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose
stockpiled |ˈstɑːkˌpaɪld| — simple past tense and past participle of stockpile
stockpiling |ˈstɑːkˌpaɪlɪŋ| — accumulating and storing a reserve supply
stockroom |ˈstɑːkruːm| — storeroom for storing goods and supplies used in a business
stocktaking |ˈstɑːkteɪkɪŋ| — reappraisal of a situation or position or outlook
stockwhip — An Australian whip made of a long, tapered length of flexible, plaited leather with a stiff handle, used when mustering cattle.
stocky |ˈstɑːkɪ| — having a short and solid form or stature
stockyard |ˈstɑːkjɑːrd| — enclosed yard where cattle, pigs, horses, or sheep are kept temporarily
stodge |stɑːdʒ| — heavy and filling (and usually starchy) food
stodgy |ˈstɑːdʒɪ| — heavy and starchy and hard to digest
stogie |ˈstəʊdʒɪ| — a cheap cigar
stogy |ˈstəʊɡɪ| — a cheap cigar
stoic |ˈstəʊɪkl| — a member of the ancient Greek school of philosophy founded by Zeno
stoical |ˈstəʊɪkəl| — seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain; impassive
stoicism |ˈstəʊɪsɪzəm| — an indifference to pleasure or pain
stoke |stəʊk| — stir up or tend; of a fire
stokehold |ˈstəʊkhəʊld| — (nautical) chamber or compartment in which the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
stokehole |ˈstəʊkhəʊl| — (nautical) chamber or compartment in which the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired
stoker |ˈstəʊkər| — Irish writer of the horror novel about Dracula (1847-1912)
stola — The traditional garment of women in Ancient Rome, corresponding to the toga worn by men.
stole |stəʊl| — a wide scarf worn about their shoulders by women
stolen |ˈstəʊlən| — Past participle of steal
stolid |ˈstɑːlɪd| — having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited
stolidity |stəˈlɪdɪtɪ| — apathy demonstrated by an absence of emotional reactions
stomach |ˈstʌmək| — an enlarged and muscular saclike organ of the alimentary canal; the principal organ of digestion
stomach-ache |ˈstʌmək eɪk| — Alternative spelling of stomachache.
stomachache |ˈstʌmək ˌeɪk| — an ache localized in the stomach or abdominal region
stomachal — relating to or involving the stomach
stomacher |ˈstəməkər| — garment consisting of a V-shaped panel of stiff material worn over the chest and stomach in the 16th century
stomachic |stəˈmakɪk| — relating to or involving the stomach
stomachy — (obsolete) obstinate; sullen; haughty
stomatitis |ˌstəʊməˈtaɪtɪs| — inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth
stomatology |stəʊməˈtɑːlədʒiː| — (medicine) The study of the mouth and its disorders and diseases.
stomp |stɑːmp| — a dance involving a rhythmical stamping step
stone |stəʊn| — a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter
stone-blind |stəʊn ˈblaɪnd| — completely blind
stone-broke |ˈstəʊnˈbrəʊk| — lacking funds
stone-cold |stəʊn ˈkəʊld| — completely cold
stone-dead |stəʊn ˈded| — as lifeless as a stone
stone-deaf |stəʊn ˈdef| — totally deaf; unable to hear anything
stone-fruit |ˈstəʊn fruːt| — Any fruit with a soft fleshy exterior surrounding a hard pit or stone containing the seed.
stone-pine |ˈstəʊnpaɪn| — A species of pine native of southern Europe, Pinus pinea.
stonecutter |ˈstəʊnˌkətər| — someone who cuts or carves stone
stoned |stəʊnd| — under the influence of narcotics
stonemason |ˈstəʊnmeɪsn| — a craftsman who works with stone or brick
stonewall |ˈstəʊnwɔːl| — obstruct or hinder any discussion
stonewalling |stəʊnˈwɔːlɪŋ| — stalling or delaying especially by refusing to answer questions or cooperate
stoneware |ˈstəʊnwer| — ceramic ware that is fired in high heat and vitrified and nonporous
stonework |ˈstəʊnwɜːrk| — masonry done with stone
stonily |ˈstəʊnɪlɪ| — in a stony manner
stony |ˈstəʊnɪ| — abounding in rocks or stones
stony-broke |ˌstəʊnɪ ˈbrəʊk| — lacking funds
stood |stʊd| — Simple past tense and past participle of stand.
stooge |stuːdʒ| — a person of unquestioning obedience
stool |stuːl| — a simple seat without a back or arms
stool-pigeon |ˈstuːlˈpɪdʒɪn| — (slang) A decoy or an informer, especially one who is a spy for the police.
stoolie |ˈstuːlɪ| — someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
stoop |stuːp| — an inclination of the top half of the body forward and downward
stop |stɑːp| — the event of something ending
stop over |ˈstɑːp ˈəʊvər| — interrupt a journey temporarily, e.g., overnight
stop up |ˈstɑːp ʌp| — fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug
stop-light |ˈstɒplaɪt| — Alternative form of stoplight.
stop-off |ɔːf| — (intransitive) To make a short visit somewhere, especially on the way to another place.
stop-over |ˈstɒpˌəʊvə| — (intransitive) To interrupt one's journey for a short (sometimes overnight) stay; to stop off.
stop-press |ˈstɒppres| — (UK, journalism) The event or news article important enough to delay or interrupt the print, or require a reprint, of a publication, particularly of a newspaper edition.
stopcock |ˈstɑːpkɑːk| — faucet consisting of a rotating device for regulating flow of a liquid
stopgap |ˈstɑːpɡæp| — something contrived to meet an urgent need or emergency
stoplight |ˈstɑpˌlɑɪt| — a red light on the rear of a motor vehicle that signals when the brakes are applied to slow or stop
stopover |ˈstɑːpəʊvər| — a stopping place on a journey
stoppage |ˈstɑːpɪdʒ| — the state of inactivity following an interruption
stopper |ˈstɑːpər| — an act so striking or impressive that the show must be delayed until the audience quiets down
stopping |ˈstɑːpɪŋ| — fastener consisting of a narrow strip of welded metal used to join steel members
stopple |ˈstɑːpəl| — blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly
stopwatch |ˈstɑːpwɑːtʃ| — a timepiece that can be started or stopped for exact timing (as of a race)
storage |ˈstɔːrɪdʒ| — the act of storing something
store |stɔːr| — a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services
stored |ˈstɔːrd| — simple past tense and past participle of store
storefront |ˈstɔːrfrʌnt| — the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
storehouse |ˈstɔːrhaʊs| — a depository for goods
storekeeper |ˈstɔːrkiːpər| — a merchant who owns or manages a shop
storeroom |ˈstɔːruːm| — a room in which things are stored
stores |ˈstɔːrz| — plural form of store
storeship — A vessel used to carry naval stores for a fleet, garrison, etc.
storey |ˈstɔːrɪ| — a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale
storied |ˈstɔːrɪd| — having an illustrious past
stork |stɔːrk| — large mostly Old World wading birds typically having white-and-black plumage
storm |stɔːrm| — a violent weather condition with winds 64-72 knots (11 on the Beaufort scale) and precipitation and thunder and lightning
storm-beaten |ˈstɔːrm biːtən| — damaged by storm
storm-cloud |ˈstɔːrm klaʊd| — attributive form of storm cloud, noun.
storm-petrel |ˈstɔːmˌpetrəl| — Any of several small seabirds, of the family Hydrobatidae, having dark plumage and a white rump.
storm-trooper |ˈstɔːrm truːpər| — A German soldier trained in special infiltration tactics, introduced around the end of World War I.
storm-window |ˈstɔːmˌwɪndəʊ| — A detachable second window attached on the exterior side of a window in climates with harsh winters, to add an insulating layer of still air between the outside and inside.
stormbound |ˈstɔːrmbæʊnd| — delayed or confined or cut off by a storm
stormproof |ˈstɔːrmpruːf| — protected against or able to withstand storms
stormwater — Water that is not absorbed into soil and rapidly flows downstream, increasing the level of waterways.
stormy |ˈstɔːrmɪ| — characterized by violent emotions or behavior
storthing |ˈstɔːtɪŋ| — Alternative form of Storting.
storting |ˈstɔːrtɪŋ| — The supreme legislature of Norway.
story |ˈstɔːrɪ| — a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
storybook |ˈstɔːrɪbʊk| — a book containing a collection of stories (usually for children)
storyteller |ˈstɔːrɪtelər| — someone who tells a story
storytelling |ˈstɔːrɪˌtelɪŋ| — The act and skills of presenting stories and tales.
stout |staʊt| — a strong very dark heavy-bodied ale made from pale malt and roasted unmalted barley and (often) caramel malt with hops
stout-hearted |ˈhɑːrtɪd| — bold, resolute
stouthearted |staʊtˈhɑːrtɪd| — used especially of persons
stoutly |ˈstaʊtlɪ| — in a resolute manner
stoutness |ˈstaʊtnəs| — the property of being strong and resolute
stove |stəʊv| — a kitchen appliance used for cooking food
stovepipe |ˈstəʊvpaɪp| — chimney consisting of a metal pipe of large diameter that is used to connect a stove to a flue
stover |ˈstəʊvə| — the dried stalks and leaves of a field crop (especially corn) used as animal fodder after the grain has been harvested
stow |stəʊ| — fill by packing tightly
stow away |ˈstəʊ əˈweɪ| — hide aboard a ship or a plane to get free transportation
stowage |ˈstəʊɪdʒ| — the charge for stowing goods
stowaway |ˈstəʊəweɪ| — a person who hides aboard a ship or plane in the hope of getting free passage
strabismus |strəˈbɪzməs| — abnormal alignment of one or both eyes
straddle |ˈstrædl| — a noncommittal or equivocal position
strafe |streɪf| — an attack of machine-gun fire or cannon fire from a low flying airplane
straggle |ˈstræɡl| — a wandering or disorderly grouping (of things or persons)
straggler |ˈstræɡlər| — someone who strays or falls behind
straggling |ˈstræɡəlɪŋ| — spreading out in different directions or distributed irregularly
straggly |ˈstræɡlɪ| — spreading out in different directions or distributed irregularly
straight |streɪt| — a person having a sexual orientation to persons of the opposite sex
straight off |ˈstreɪt ˈɒf| — without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening
straight-edge |ˈstreɪtedʒ| — (countable) A straightedge.
straight-laced — exaggeratedly proper
straight-line — (geometry) A line with no curvature; a line with constant direction. The path of shortest length between two points. syn.
straight-out |aʊt| — without reservation or exception
straightaway |ˌstreɪtəˈweɪ| — a straight segment of a roadway or racecourse
straightedge |ˈstreɪˌtedʒ| — hand tool consisting of a flat rigid rectangular bar (metal or wood) that can be used to draw straight lines (or test their straightness)
straighten |ˈstreɪtn| — straighten up or out; make straight
straightforward |ˌstreɪtˈfɔːrwərd| — free from ambiguity
straightforwardness |ˌstreɪtˈfɔːrwəd| — the quality of being direct and straightforward
straightness |ˈstreɪtnəs| — (of hair) lack of a tendency to curl
straightway |ˌstreɪtˈweɪ| — at once
strain |streɪn| — (physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces
strained |streɪnd| — lacking natural ease
strainer |ˈstreɪnər| — a filter to retain larger pieces while smaller pieces and liquids pass through
straining |ˈstreɪnɪŋ| — an intense or violent exertion
strait |streɪt| — a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water
strait-laced |ˌstreɪt ˈleɪst| — exaggeratedly proper
straiten |ˈstreɪtən| — bring into difficulties or distress, especially financial hardship
straitened |ˈstreɪtnd| — simple past tense and past participle of straiten
straitjacket |ˈstreɪtdʒækɪt| — anything immaterial that severely hinders or confines
straits |ˈstreɪts| — a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs
stramineous |strəˈmɪnɪəs| — Pertaining to or made of straw; having little value, insubstantial.
stramonium |strəˈməʊniːəm| — The jimsonweed plant
strand |strænd| — a pattern forming a unity within a larger structural whole
stranded |ˈstrandəd| — cut off or left behind
strange |streɪndʒ| — not known before
strangely |ˈstreɪndʒlɪ| — in a strange manner
strangeness |ˈstreɪndʒnəs| — unusualness as a consequence of not being well known
stranger |ˈstreɪndʒər| — anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they are found
strangle |ˈstræŋɡl| — kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air
stranglehold |ˈstræŋɡlhəʊld| — complete power over a person or situation
strangulate |ˈstræŋɡjəˌlet| — kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air
strangulation |ˌstræŋɡjʊˈleɪʃn| — the act of suffocating (someone) by constricting the windpipe
strangury |ˈstræŋɡjʌriː| — A frequent need to urinate, when the bladder is largely empty or with little urine production.
strap |stræp| — an elongated leather strip (or a strip of similar material) for binding things together or holding something in position
straphanger |ˈstræphæŋər| — a commuter who uses public transportation
strappado |strəˈpɑːdəʊ| — a form of torture in which the hands are tied behind a person's back and they are lifted off the ground by a rope tied to their wrists, then allowed to drop until their fall is checked with a jerk by the rope
strapper |ˈstræpʌr| — a large and strong and heavyset man
strapping |ˈstræpɪŋ| — muscular and heavily built
strata |ˈstreɪtə| — plural form of stratum
stratagem |ˈstrætədʒəm| — a maneuver in a game or conversation
strategic |strəˈtiːdʒɪk| — highly important to or an integral part of a strategy or plan of action especially in war
strategical |strəˈtiːdʒɪkəl| — relating to or concerned with strategy
strategically |strəˈtiːdʒɪkəlɪ| — with regard to strategy
strategics |strəˈtiːdʒɪks| — the science or art of strategy
strategist |ˈstrætədʒɪst| — an expert in strategy (especially in warfare)
strategy |ˈstrætədʒɪ| — an elaborate and systematic plan of action
strath |stræθ| — (Scotland) A wide, flat river valley.
strathspey |stræθˈspeɪ| — A Scottish dance with gliding steps, slower than a reel.
strati |ˈstreɪtaɪ| — plural form of stratus
stratification |ˌstrætɪfɪˈkeɪʃən| — the act or process or arranging persons into classes or social strata
stratified |ˈstrætəˌfaɪd| — arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks
stratify |ˈstrætɪfaɪ| — divide society into social classes or castes
stratigraphy |strəˈtɪɡrəfiː| — the branch of geology that studies the arrangement and succession of strata
stratocracy |strəˈtɑːkrəsiː| — government by the military and an army
stratosphere |ˈstrætəsfɪr| — the atmospheric layer between the troposphere and the mesosphere
stratospheric |ˌstrætəsˈfɪrɪk| — of or relating to the stratosphere
stratum |ˈstreɪtəm| — one of several parallel layers of material arranged one on top of another (such as a layer of tissue or cells in an organism or a layer of sedimentary rock)
stratus |ˈstreɪtəs| — a large dark low cloud
straw |strɔː| — plant fiber used e.g. for making baskets and hats or as fodder
straw-colored — having the color of dry straw
straw-coloured |ˈstrɔːr kʌləd| — having the color of dry straw
strawberry |ˈstrɔːberɪ| — sweet fleshy red fruit
strawberry-tree |ˈstrɔːbərɪtriː| — An evergreen shrub or small tree in the family Ericaceae, native to the Mediterranean region and western Europe north to western France and Ireland.
strawy |ˈstrɔːɪ| — Made of straw
stray |streɪ| — an animal that has strayed (especially a domestic animal)
strayed |ˈstreɪd| — simple past tense and past participle of stray
straying |ˈstreɪɪŋ| — unable to find your way
streak |striːk| — an unbroken series of events
streaked |ˈstriːkt| — marked with or as if with stripes or linear discolorations
streaky |ˈstriːkɪ| — marked with or as if with stripes or linear discolorations
stream |striːm| — a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth
streamer |ˈstriːmər| — light that streams
streaming |ˈstriːmɪŋ| — the circulation of cytoplasm within a cell
streamlet |ˈstriːmlɪt| — a small stream
streamline |ˈstriːmlaɪn| — contour economically or efficiently
streamlined |ˈstriːmˌlaɪnd| — made efficient by stripping off nonessentials
streamliner |ˈstriːmˌlaɪnər| — a streamlined train
streamlining |ˈstriːmˌlaɪnɪŋ| — Present participle of streamline.
streamy |ˈstriːmiː| — resembling a stream; streamlike
street |striːt| — a thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings
street-arab — Alternative spelling of street Arab.
street-railway |ˈstriːtˌreɪlweɪ| — A tram line; public transportation operating on rails laid in public streets.
streetcar |ˈstriːtkɑːr| — a wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity
streetwalker |ˈstriːtwɔːkər| — a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets
strength |streŋθ| — the property of being physically or mentally strong
strengthen |ˈstreŋθn| — make strong or stronger
strengthened |ˈstreŋθənd| — given added strength or support
strengthening |ˈstreŋθənɪŋ| — becoming stronger
strenuous |ˈstrenjʊəs| — characterized by or performed with much energy or force
strenuously |ˈstrenjuːəslɪ| — in a strenuous manner; strongly or vigorously
strenuousness |ˈstrenjʊəsnəs| — extreme effortfulness
streptococci |ˌstreptəˈkɒkaɪ| — spherical Gram-positive bacteria occurring in pairs or chains; cause e.g. scarlet fever and tonsillitis
streptococcus |ˌstreptəˈkɑːkəs| — spherical Gram-positive bacteria occurring in pairs or chains; cause e.g. scarlet fever and tonsillitis
streptomycin |ˌstreptəˈmaɪsɪn| — an antibiotic produced by the actinomycete Streptomyces griseus and used to treat tuberculosis
stress |stres| — the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)
stressed |ˈstrest| — suffering severe physical strain or distress
stressful |ˈstresfl| — extremely irritating to the nerves
stressor |ˈstresər| — any agent that causes stress to an organism
stretch |stretʃ| — a large and unbroken expanse or distance
stretch out |ˈstretʃ ˈaʊt| — extend or stretch out to a greater or the full length
stretch-out |aʊt| — To lie fully extended
stretchability — the capacity for being stretched
stretchable — capable of being easily stretched and resuming former size or shape
stretched |ˈstretʃt| — (of muscles) relieved of stiffness by stretching
stretcher |ˈstretʃər| — a wooden framework on which canvas is stretched and fixed for oil painting
stretcher-bearer |ˈstretʃərˈberər| — one who helps carry a stretcher
stretching |ˈstretʃɪŋ| — act of expanding by lengthening or widening
stretchy |ˈstretʃɪ| — capable of being easily stretched and resuming former size or shape
strew |struː| — spread by scattering (
strewn |ˈstruːn| — past participle of strew
stria |ˈstraɪə| — any of a number of tiny parallel grooves such as: the scratches left by a glacier on rocks or the streaks or ridges in muscle tissue
striae |ˈstraɪiː| — plural form of stria
striate — mark with striae or striations
striated |straɪˈeɪtɪd| — Having parallel lines or grooves on the surface.
stricken |ˈstrɪkən| — grievously affected especially by disease
strickle |ˈstrɪkəl| — an implement for sharpening scythes
strict |strɪkt| — rigidly accurate; allowing no deviation from a standard
strictly |ˈstrɪktlɪ| — restricted to something
stricture |ˈstrɪktʃər| — abnormal narrowing of a bodily canal or passageway
stridden |ˈstrɪdən| — (UK) past participle of stride
stride |straɪd| — a step in walking or running
strident |ˈstraɪdnt| — conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
stridently |ˈstraɪdəntlɪ| — in a strident manner
stridulate |ˈstrɪdjʊleɪt| — make a shrill creaking noise by rubbing together special bodily structures
strife |straɪf| — lack of agreement or harmony
strigose |ˈstraɪɡəʊs| — (zoology) Having fine grooves, ridges, or streaks
strike |straɪk| — a group's refusal to work in protest against low pay or bad work conditions
strike down |ˈstraɪk ˈdaʊn| — declare null and void; make ineffective
strike off |ˈstraɪk ˈɒf| — remove from a list
strike out |ˈstraɪk ˈaʊt| — remove from a list
strike up |ˈstraɪk ʌp| — start playing
strike-breaking |ˈstraɪkˌbreɪkɪŋ| — Alternative spelling of strikebreaking.
strikebound |ˈstraɪkbaʊnd| — closed or immobilized by a strike
strikebreaker |ˈstraɪkˌbrekər| — someone who works (or provides workers) during a strike
strikebreaking — confrontational activities intended to break up a strike by workers
strikeout |ˈstraɪkaʊt| — an out resulting from the batter getting three strikes
striker |ˈstraɪkər| — a forward on a soccer team
striking |ˈstraɪkɪŋ| — the physical coming together of two or more things
strikingly |ˈstraɪkɪŋlɪ| — in a striking manner
string |ˈstrɪŋ| — a lightweight cord
string out |ˈstrɪŋ ˈaʊt| — set out or stretch in a line, succession, or series
string up |ˈstrɪŋ ʌp| — kill by hanging
string-course |ˈstrɪŋkɔːs| — Alternative form of stringcourse.
stringcourse — (architecture) A thin projecting course of brickwork or stone that runs horizontally around a building, typically to emphasize the junction between floors.
stringed |ˈstrɪŋd| — Having strings.
stringency |ˈstrɪndʒənsɪ| — a state occasioned by scarcity of money and a shortage of credit
stringent |ˈstrɪndʒənt| — demanding strict attention to rules and procedures
stringer |ˈstrɪŋər| — a member of a squad on a team
stringhalt |ˈstrɪŋhɔːlt| — Alternative form of springhalt.
stringiness — The state or quality of being stringy.
stringy |ˈstrɪŋɪ| — lean and sinewy
strip |strɪp| — a relatively long narrow piece of something
stripe |straɪp| — an adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material
striped |straɪpt| — marked or decorated with stripes
striper |ˈstraɪpər| — a serviceman who wears stripes on the uniform to indicate rank or years of service
stripes |ˈstraɪps| — V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service
stripling |ˈstrɪplɪŋ| — a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
stripped |ˈstrɪpt| — having only essential or minimal features
stripper |ˈstrɪpər| — a chemical compound used to remove paint or varnish
stripping |ˈstrɪpɪŋ| — the removal of covering
striptease |ˈstrɪptiːz| — a performer who provides erotic entertainment by undressing to music
stripy |ˈstraɪpɪ| — marked or decorated with stripes
strive |straɪv| — attempt by employing effort
striven |ˈstrɪvən| — past participle of strive
striving |ˈstraɪvɪŋ| — an effortful attempt to attain a goal
strode |strəʊd| — Simple past tense of stride.
stroke |strəʊk| — (sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand
stroll |strəʊl| — a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
stroller |ˈstrəʊlər| — someone who walks at a leisurely pace
strolling |ˈstrəʊlɪŋ| — Present participle of stroll.
strong |strɔːŋ| — not faint or feeble
strong-arm |ˈstrɒŋ ɑːrm| — handle roughly
strong-minded |strɒŋ ˈmaɪndɪd| — having a determined will
strong-room |ˈstrɒŋrʊm| — Alternative spelling of strongroom.
strong-willed |ˈstrɔːŋˈwɪld| — having a determined will
strongbox |ˈstrɔːŋbɑːks| — a strongly made box for holding money or valuables; can be locked
stronger |ˈstrɒŋər| — comparative form of strong: more strong
stronghold |ˈstrɔːŋhəʊld| — a strongly fortified defensive structure
strongly |ˈstrɔːŋlɪ| — with strength or in a strong manner
strongman |ˈstrɔːŋmæn| — a man who performs feats of strength at a fair or circus
strongroom |ˈstrɔːŋruːm| — a burglarproof and fireproof room in which valuables are kept
strontium |ˈstrɑːntɪəm| — a soft silver-white or yellowish metallic element of the alkali metal group; turns yellow in air; occurs in celestite and strontianite
strop |strɑːp| — a leather strap used to sharpen razors
strophe |ˈstrəʊfɪ| — one section of a lyric poem or choral ode in classical Greek drama
stroppy |ˈstrɑːpɪ| — obstreperous
strove |strəʊv| — Simple past tense of strive.
struck |strʌk| — (used in combination) affected by something overwhelming
structural |ˈstrʌktʃərəl| — affecting or involved in structure or construction
structuralism |ˈstrʌktʃərəlɪzəm| — linguistics defined as the analysis of formal structures in a text or discourse
structuralist |ˈstrʌktʃərəlɪzəm| — Of or pertaining to structuralism
structurally |ˈstrʌktʃərəlɪ| — with respect to structure
structure |ˈstrʌktʃər| — a thing constructed; a complex entity constructed of many parts
structured |ˈstrʌktʃərd| — resembling a living organism in organization or development
structuring |ˈstrʌktʃərɪŋ| — Present participle of structure.
struggle |ˈstrʌɡl| — an energetic attempt to achieve something
struggler — a person who struggles with difficulties or with great effort
struggling |ˈstrʌɡəlɪŋ| — engaged in a struggle to overcome especially poverty or obscurity
strum |strʌm| — sound of strumming
strumming |ˈstrʌmɪŋ| — Present participle of strum.
strumpet |ˈstrʌmpɪt| — a woman adulterer
strung |strʌŋ| — that is on a string
strut |strʌt| — a proud stiff pompous gait
strutter |ˈstrʌtə| — someone who struts
strychnine |ˈstrɪkniːn| — an alkaloid plant toxin extracted chiefly from nux vomica; formerly used as a stimulant
stub |stʌb| — a short piece remaining on a trunk or stem where a branch is lost
stubble |ˈstʌbl| — material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
stubbly |ˈstʌblɪ| — having a short growth of beard
stubborn |ˈstʌbərn| — not responding to treatment
stubbornly |ˈstʌbərnlɪ| — in a stubborn unregenerate manner
stubbornness |ˈstʌbərnnəs| — the trait of being difficult to handle or overcome
stubby |ˈstʌbɪ| — short and blunt
stucco |ˈstʌkəʊ| — a plaster now made mostly from Portland cement and sand and lime; applied while soft to cover exterior walls or surfaces
stuccoing |ˈstʌkəʊɪŋ| — Present participle of stucco.
stuck |stʌk| — baffled
stuck-up |ˈˌstək ˈəp| — (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant
stud |stʌd| — a man who is virile and sexually active
studding-sail |ˈstʌnsəl| — (nautical) A sail attached to the side of another in a square-rigged ship to increase the speed of the vessel
student |ˈstuːdnt| — a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
studentship |ˈstjuːdəntʃɪp| — the position of student
studhorse — adult male horse kept for breeding
studied |ˈstʌdɪd| — produced or marked by conscious design or premeditation
studies |ˈstʌdɪz| — third-person singular simple present indicative form of study
studio |ˈstuːdɪəʊ| — workplace for the teaching or practice of an art
studious |ˈstuːdɪəs| — marked by care and effort
studiousness |ˈstjuːdɪəsnəs| — diligent study
study |ˈstʌdɪ| — a detailed critical inspection
studying |ˈstʌdɪɪŋ| — reading carefully with intent to remember
stuff |stʌf| — the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object
stuffed |stʌft| — filled with something
stuffiness |ˈstʌfɪnəs| — state of obstruction or stoppage or air in the nose or throat
stuffing |ˈstʌfɪŋ| — a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables
stuffing-box |bɑːks| — (engineering) an assembly containing a seal, or sealing material, around a shaft
stuffy |ˈstʌfɪ| — lacking fresh air
stultification |ˌstʌltɪfɪˈkeɪʃən| — derision of someone or something as foolish or absurd or inconsistent
stultify |ˈstʌltɪfaɪ| — prove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence
stum |stəm| — unfermented grape juice; must
stumble |ˈstʌmbl| — an unsteady uneven gait
stumbling |ˈstʌmbəlɪŋ| — Present participle of stumble.
stumbling-block |ˈstʌmblɪŋ blɑːk| — (idiomatic) A hindrance, obstacle or impediment.
stumbling-stone |ˈstʌmblɪŋstəʊn| — A stumbling block.
stumer |ˈstjuːmə| — (UK) Something worthless or counterfeit.
stump |stʌmp| — the base part of a tree that remains standing after the tree has been felled
stumper |ˈstəmpər| — a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem
stumpy |ˈstʌmpɪ| — short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature
stun |stʌn| — make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow
stung |stʌŋ| — aroused to impatience or anger
stunk |stʌŋk| — Past participle of stink
stunned |ˈstənd| — filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock
stunner |ˈstʌnər| — a very attractive or seductive looking woman
stunning |ˈstʌnɪŋ| — commanding attention
stunningly |ˈstʌnɪŋlɪ| — in a spectacular manner
stunt |stʌnt| — a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention
stunted |ˈstʌntəd| — inferior in size or quality
stupe |stuːp| — a person who is not very bright
stupefaction |ˌstuːpɪˈfækʃn| — a feeling of stupefied astonishment
stupefied |ˈstjuːpɪfaɪd| — as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise
stupefy |ˈstuːpɪfaɪ| — make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation
stupefying |ˈstjuːpɪfaɪɪŋ| — so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
stupendous |stuːˈpendəs| — so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe
stupid |ˈstuːpɪd| — a person who is not very bright
stupidity |stuːˈpɪdətɪ| — a poor ability to understand or to profit from experience
stupidly |ˈstuːpədlɪ| — in a stupid manner
stupor |ˈstuːpər| — the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally
sturdy |ˈstɜːrdɪ| — having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships
sturgeon |ˈstɜːrdʒən| — large primitive fishes valued for their flesh and roe; widely distributed in the North Temperate Zone
stutter |ˈstʌtər| — a speech disorder involving hesitations and involuntary repetitions of certain sounds
stutterer |ˈstʌtərər| — someone who speaks with involuntary pauses and repetitions
stuttering |ˈstʌtərɪŋ| — A speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases, and by involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the stutterer is unable to produce sounds.
sty |staɪ| — an infection of the sebaceous gland of the eyelid
stye |staɪ| — an infection of the sebaceous gland of the eyelid
Stygian |ˈstɪdʒɪən| — hellish
style |staɪl| — how something is done or how it happens
stylet |ˈstaɪlɪt| — small needlelike appendage; especially the feeding organ of a tardigrade
styling |ˈstaɪlɪŋ| — Present participle of style.
stylish |ˈstaɪlɪʃ| — having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress
stylishly |ˈstaɪlɪʃlɪ| — in a stylish manner
stylishness |ˈstaɪlɪʃnəs| — elegance by virtue of being fashionable
stylist |ˈstaɪlɪst| — an artist who is a master of a particular style
stylistic |staɪˈlɪstɪk| — of or relating to style (especially in the use of language)
stylistically |staɪˈlɪstɪkəlɪ| — in a rhetorically stylistic manner
stylistics |staɪˈlɪstɪks| — (linguistics) The study of literary style, and how it changes within different contexts.
stylization |ˌstaɪəlaɪˈzeɪʃən| — the act of stylizing; causing to conform to a particular style
stylize |ˈstaɪˌlaɪz| — represent according to a conventional style
stylized |ˈstɑɪlˌɑɪzd| — using artistic forms and conventions to create effects; not natural or spontaneous
stylograph |ˈstaɪləˌɡræf| — A fountain pen that has a thin hollow tube or needle instead of a nib.
stylus |ˈstaɪləs| — a sharp pointed device attached to the cartridge of a record player
stymie |ˈstaɪmɪ| — a situation in golf where an opponent's ball blocks the line between your ball and the hole
stymy |ˈstaɪmiː| — a situation in golf where an opponent's ball blocks the line between your ball and the hole
styptic |ˈstɪptɪk| — a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals
Styx |stɪks| — (Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which Charon carried dead souls